Northern Queensland Permaculture

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Macadamia

Botanical Information

Botanical Information
Order Proteales
Family Proteaceae
Genus F.Muell
Common Name Macadamia

Maturity days

Planting Months

Planting months
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Permaculture uses

Permaculture uses
Usage 1 Usage 2 Usage 3
Food Forest Oil Nut

Growing condition comments

Growing Condition Comment
Somewhat Drought Tolerant
Humidity tolerant Well drained soils
Planting area Ground
Sunlight Full_sun

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Short comments

Evergreen tree native to North Eastern NSW and Central/South East QLD. Grows 2-12 m.

General comments

Macadamia nut tree, Queensland Nut, will usually begin to produce commercial quantities of nuts from 7-10 years of age, and will bear nuts for over 100 years. They prefer fertile, well drained soils and tolerate rain fall of 1000-2000mm. The roots are shallow, and thus the tree will need shelter from strong winds, cyclones etc.

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